UTA TV Lit Agent Leslie Maskin Joins Circle of Confusion

UTA TV Lit Agent Leslie Maskin Joins Circle of Confusion
Exclusive: UTA partner and veteran TV lit agent Leslie Maskin is leaving the agency after 27 years to transition to management. She is joining Circle of Confusion where she will start at the top of the new year.

Maskin is among the longest-tenured agents at UTA, which she joined in 1993, two years after its launch. She built the company’s formidable television director department — now a part of the larger TV literary department — representing such clients as Alan Taylor, Daniel Minahan, Clark Johnson, Alik Sakharov and Maria Schrader (Unorthodox). Additionally, Maskin represents the Oscar and Emmy-winning producer Mark Johnson, the multi-Emmy award winning producer Gregg Fienberg and a number of TV writers/showrunners.

“Over the past 27 years, Leslie has played an impactful role in our television group, specifically helping build our TV
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